Whether you're at the office or enjoying a day off, today feels like an especially poignant MLK holiday. There is a plethora of amazing content about today and tomorrow on AC right now and I've gathered a few highlights here for you to check out.
- Carol Rucker recalls sitting in on a peaceful protest as a 15-year old in Cincinnati on the day Dr. King was shot.
- Veralidaine wrote a year ago on Dr. King's legacy for Americans with disabilities.
- Traci Freeman has excellent suggestions for volunteer activities and children's crafts to teach them about MLK, such as writing their own "I have a dream" speech, creating a timeline of his life and even a Martin Luther King, Jr. scavenger hunt.
- The News Team has gathered much of the Inauguration into a single list here.
- Dr. Frank Czarny offers a scholarly take on trends in Inaugural speeches as part of his "Transformational Leadership Times" article series.
- AL Horan shares some thoughts on race and history on the eve of Inauguration from Marietta, GA.
- If you don't have access to a TV but will be in front of a computer, here are a few places that you can watch coverage of the events online.